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The posthumous papers of the Pickwick Club (1837)

Author: Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870; Seymour, Robert, 1798-1836, ill; Buss, Robert William, 1804-1875 ill; Browne, Hablot Knight, 1815-1882, ill; Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870, signer. UPB; Fletcher, Angus, former owner. UPB
Volume: no. 2
Publisher: London : Chapman and Hall
Language: English
Call number: UTBG01-B685
Digitizing sponsor: Brigham Young University
Book contributor: Harold B. Lee Library
Collection: victorianbrighamyounguniv; americana; brigham_young_university

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Originally published in 20 numbers, bound in 19 monthly parts, April 1836-November 1837, the last part forming a double number. It was published in book form on November 17, 1837. Illustrated by Richard Seymour (pts. 1-2); Robert W. Buss (pt. 3); Hablot Knight Browne ("Phiz"), for the remainder parts

Added t.p., engraved with vignette

Includes "directions to the binder" and "errata"

First edition bound from the parts with the Seymour plates in the first state, including the very rare Seymour plates in the early numbers. Plates opposite pages 579 and 590 are exceptionally rare and previously unrecorded. Textually, the first issue, which contains the signature "E", and many of the other parts are correct issues


Smith, W.E. Dickens


Inserted is a A.L.S. from Dickens to Angus Fletcher, a Scottish sculptor, who made a bust of Dickens and who remaind a life-long friend. He appears in The uncommercial traveller as Mr. Kindheart. He was responsibile in part for the welcoming ceremonies when Charles and Kate Dickens visited Edinburgh in 1841. July 3rd (the date this book was inscribed for Fletcher) was the high point of the Dickens' stay in Scotland. Dickens in 1862 records his sorrow at the death of his old friend

Autograph of the author on t.p. with date: July the third 1841

Copy lacks half-title

Plate for p. 169 misplaced and faces p. 159

Bound in full niger morocco with gilt stamped on spine


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